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those low beans and drive with an extra amount of cause of action. there's a stalled boundary over the area. tremendous amount of cloud cover. with an extra amount of cause of action. there's a stalledboundary over the area. tremendous amount of cloud cover. . >> with that set up, we'll have the fog through just about the morning commute tomorrow. lessthan a third of a mile of visibility in the immediate baltimore community. under twomiles almost everywhere else. the bay bridge will be tough to see on too. very light breeze, not enough to mix that fog out. the temperatures are in the mid- 40s. we are going to keep the fog in the set up overnight for the wake up. moresignificant rain toward daybreak tomorrow and that will eventually clear the sky and allow us to see a little better tomorrow. here's the rain in the west that will arrive early tomorrow mod morning. you seesee some showers in the morning. a chill llier scenario tomorrow night and then the sun comes back wednesday before we get a new system in here thursday. temperatures now, again we're right on that boundary so we're
is for some shower action. back in the mix early next week. so you see the setup temperature wise. it's going to be mild and for a few days and colder into early next week. so it's back and forth. we've been talking about this roller coaster. that's exactly what we're seeing. >> tomorrow a changing day. we could see some showers, the chill of today adds some rain. things improve saturday. >> all right. jamie? >> getting great weather over in britain. a collective sigh of release could be heard across britain as the duchess got out of the hospital. the royal mother to be is suffering from a rare morning sickness. as t.j. winick tells us, while kate is improving, she may face more difficulty ahead. >> reporter: after three days and three night in -- nights in the hospital, the duchess of cambridge finally departed from the london facility with william waving and smiling to well wishers. william and kate issued a statement thanking the staff for the treatment the duchess received. kate, less than three weeks pregnant, will trito recuperate at home. the most difficult cases, some mores face sympt
they will take action on whatever bill the senate can pass but the senate must act first. abc news washington. >> now for more on the fiscal cliff and what it could mean for your pay we have you covered. just head to the home page, slide show for a break down of what difference situations in washington could mean for your bank account. >>> and we are working for you with only four days left in the year it's a good time to talk about the maryland homestead tax credit application deadline one more time. the credit is used to help off set increase in your state property taxes. that would happen if your home's assessed value jump but it's only supposed to go for primary residents. the state legislature passed a law to try to cut down homeowners getting the credit for properties they shouldn't have been getting credit for. for the past five-years maryland homeowner is have gotten at least two notices by mailing you know an application had to be [inaudible] for that credit. >> this five-year program that we have had we asked homeowners to file an application just to verify they are living in the
to russian adoptions and why putin's action could have impacts on families all over the country. >>> now to a story that could affect an awful lot of people in the state. a new law going into effect tuesday will given parents an additional way to protect their children. >> they can protect them thanks to this law. parents can now request a freeze on their kid's cred kit-- credit. the request cap be made online at three of the major credit reporting agencies. in the past the agencies were allowed to say know if asked to have the child's credit lot. >>> two years to the day that phylicia barnes was reported missing, prosecutors is asking that the courtroom be closed for part of the testimony of her half sister deanna. it's over video that shows a sexually expolice sit tape. michael maurice johnson is charged with her murder. >>> for the second time in a month, someone was pushed to their death in front of a new york city subway. >> this latest death was last night in queens. katherine brown reports on the search. >> reporter: police say surveillance cameras captured her running along queen
refer you to someone if you get really ill. if you're on medications, always take exr extra -- action tra. sto stockup on vitamin c and eat lots of fruit. head to abc2news.com to find health stories. >> new tonight, listen to they, this, fas book isn't just about catching up with old friends, you can now help decide what's in store this holiday. facebookusers hit the like button and after doing thashgs macy's decided to carry genes in bright colors. and wal-mart let customers vote on which toys they wanted discounted. time isrunning out for you to make christmas brighter for our local kids. tomorrow is the last day to donate new, unwrapped toys. you can bring them to our station on york road, any fire station and for a full list of drop off locations, log on to abc2news.com/toy drive. >> now, maryland's most accurate forecast.. >> good idea, you can make a deference in which a kid in need gets that gift in time for the holiday. take a look, 49 degrees right now. the air is getting drier. winds arepicking up at northwest at 18. and getting into the shortest days of the year now. sun
it's america's #1 selling pain reliever. you took action, you took advilĀ®. and we thank you. a delicious new way to get essential vitamins you need. just bite into the tasty shell... to a chewy vitamin core for a unique multivitamin sensation! new centrum flavor burst. >>> teen victims of dating violence feel the effects later. 12 to 18-year-olds were surveyed. >> in those adolescence that experienced either type of abuse during their teen dating relationships, as adult hood they had a higher risk of depression. >> those abused as teens were more likely to suffer from depression, weight problems, thoughts of suicide and heavy drinking when older. parents who suspect their teen is experience violence should talk about it. >>> if you're looking for ways to cut sugar out from your child's diet, look at cutting out the salt. those who eat more salty foods drink more sugary drinks. they note for every one gram of salt eaten a day, a child also drinks 17 grams more of sweetened drinks than children who did not eat a lot of salt. researchers say parents need to pay attention to the
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